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by Vivek Saxena

October 5, 2015

Last Month, President Barack Obama revealed plans to import tens of thousands of Syrian immigrants - some who could conceivably be terrorists in disguise - into the United States.

Today, we have obtained a document from the State Department that lists the 180 resettlement centers where these refugees are headed. When refugees arrive in the United States, they stay at these centers until they are able to acquire work, housing, etc., all of which are funded by American taxpayers.

humblelibertarian.com

by W. E. Messamore

August 1, 2011

More of the same. A LOT more of the same. In fact, every negative aspect of the Bush Administration has come back with a vengeance in the presidency of Barack H. Obama.

The election of President Obama was in no small part, a referendum on the administration of George W. Bush, and his victory was interpreted as a sound rebuke to eight years of open ended warfare, a vast and growing police state, the destruction of civil liberties, disregard for the Constitution, unchecked executive power, lies and broken promises, hypocrisy and arrogance, a lack of transparency in government, out-of-control federal spending, fever-pitch fearmongering, rampant corruption, and some really stupid gaffes. But what have we gotten instead?

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, III

July 25, 2012

In the ongoing debate over the meaning of "that," John O'Sullivan points out the president's genuinely statist logic.

The much-mocked "Life of Julia" ad also assumes that most of its main character's achievements in life are due to government. It's one thing to say that there is a government role, or that we are all products of an environment larger than ourselves. What Obama and Elizabeth Warren are saying goes well beyond that.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, III

July 23, 2012

Barack Obama stepped in it with his "you didn't build that" speech, the subject of my column last week. But now people are claiming that he was taken out of context.

One popular reinterpretation is that when Obama says "you didn't build that" he is not referring to the small business he just talked about but the roads and bridges mentioned in the previous sentence. Far from being the obvious antecedent his supporters insist it is, this version would require him to misspeak. But it was the spoken word, not a carefully finished piece of writing. And it isn't quite as absurd as entrepreneurship trutherism. The first problem with this is that it remains an unpersuasive argument. Small business owners pay taxes that help build the roads and bridges just like everyone else. And while everyone benefits from the roads and bridges, not everyone builds small businesses.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, III

April 19, 2012

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi -- the speaker of the House when Obamacare was passed -- has an op-ed in the Chicago Tribune highlighting her constitutional confusion.

Thinking she has spotted Republican inconsistency, she raps jurisdiction stripping (or "court stripping," as she calls it) while also hinting the Supreme Court shouldn't overturn the federal health care law. Nowhere in her column does Pelosi actually grapple with two issues: the fact that Article III, giving Congress the power to regulate the jurisdiction of federal courts, is actually in the Constitution; she does not identify the constitutionally enumerated power that gives federal government the authority mandate the purchase of health insurance or otherwise implement Obamacare. (Pelosi is also oddly silent on the jurisdiction-stripping in federal laws designed to combat terrorism and restrict habeus corpus appeals in death penalty cases.)

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, Iii

March 29, 2012

Why the Obama legal team struggled at the Supreme Court.

After three days of arguments before the Supreme Court, the Obama administration and its supporters have been found in contempt. Not of the court, but of the Constitution.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, III

March 27, 2012

Reports indicate that five of the nine Supreme Court justices seemed skeptical of the individual mandate's constitutionality and analysts across the political spectrum concluded that the Obama legal team lost this round.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, III

March 26, 2012

It's not surprising that the Supreme Court justices seem to be rejecting the Obama administration's argument that the individual mandate is a tax.

Barack Obama rejects that argument too, when it serves his purpose. From a 2009 interview with George Stephanopoulos...

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, III

March 22, 2012

This morning Judicial Watch hosted an interesting panel discussion on the likelihood of Obamacare being overturned by the Supreme Court.

Former New York Lt. Gov. Betsy McCaughey, former Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum, and attorney Lee Casey ably explained the constitutional issues at hand, the flaws and problems wit the new law as a matter of policy, how those problems intersected with the legal questions, and substantial federal power grab the health care law represents.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, Iii

March 20, 2012

Paul Ryan opened his budget talk at AEI today by making three points.

Congress has a legal obligation to pass a federal budget. Legislators have a moral obligation to address a predictable debt crisis, and since Republicans disapprove of the country's current fiscal path they have a specific obligation to propose an alternative. Finally, Republicans should seek an "affirming election" that validates their positive agenda rather than simply running against Barack Obama.

      
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